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by Bob posted May 6 2015 5:04AM

Sugar has a sneaky way of showing up in places where it doesn't really belong. You expect the sweetness to appear in desserts, candy-coated treats and donuts, but in your hamburger?

Sugar's near-ubiquity in processed and packaged foods makes limiting one's daily sugar intake -- a choice from which nearly anyone could benefit -- a more difficult task. Krispy Kreme's original glazed contains 10 grams of the stuff, but while we expect a donut to be extra sweet, savory foods such as a meatball sub and foods that are marketed as "healthy" -- such as Greek yogurt -- can easily get by a person's sugar radar.

For the average adult, the World Health Organization recommends a daily intake of 25 grams of sugar, or about two and a half Krispy Kremes. According to Natasa Janicic-Kahric, an associate professor of medicine at Georgetown University Hospital, many Americans eat around five times the recommended amount of sugar.

Overdoing it with sugar may increase a person's risk for heart disease, obesity and diabetes. A third of American children are overweight or obese, which puts them at a greater risk for developing diabetes later in life. And recent research has found that sugar can get in the way ofcognitive function or even put people in a bad mood. In more serious cases, sugar-laden foods may exacerbate experiences of depression and anxiety.

If you avoid dessert and sweet treats, but don't keep track of the incidental sugar in your meals, you'll want to check out the infographic below. This is for anyone who works hard to avoid eating a donut for lunch, but wouldn't think twice about a bowl of tomato soup or a Kind bar.

by Bob posted May 6 2015 4:51AM

The season finales of "Blue Bloods" and "Madame Secretary" both made our Top 10, coming in at #5 and #8 respectively.

Meanwhile, the second season finale of "Mom" had 8.8 million viewers . . . the finale of ABC's "Secrets and Lies" had 6.5 million . . . and the finale of the Rainn Wilson cop show "Backstrom" had 2.8 million. His show has since been cancelled.

Here are last week's Top 10 shows:

1. "NCIS", CBS, 14.9 million viewers.

2. "NCIS: New Orleans", CBS, 14.5 million viewers.

3. "The Big Bang Theory", CBS, 13.9 million viewers.

4. "Dancing with the Stars", ABC, 13.2 million viewers.

5. The fifth season finale of "Blue Bloods", CBS, 11.3 million viewers.

6. Monday's "The Voice", NBC, 10.5 million viewers.

7. The "Dancing with the Stars" 10th Anniversary special, ABC, 10.1 million viewers.

8. The first season finale of "Madam Secretary", CBS, 9.7 million viewers.

9. Tuesday's "The Voice", NBC, 9.5 million viewers.

10. "Law & Order: SVU", NBC, 9.3 million viewers.

ESPN's coverage of the NFL Draft was the most-watched show on cable, with 7 million viewers. "Game of Thrones" was right behind that with 6.8 million. And Showtime's "Penny Dreadful" returned for its second season with 575,000 viewers.



Primetime Total Viewers for the week ending May 3, 2015:

Rank Shows R=Repeat S=Special P=Premiere Net # Viewers (Live+SD) (000)
1 NCIS-04/28/2015 CBS 14852
2 NCIS: NEW ORLEANS-04/28/2015 CBS 14545
3 Big Bang Theory, THE-04/30/2015 CBS 13851
4 Dancing with the Stars-04/27/2015 ABC 13220
5 Blue Bloods-05/01/2015 CBS 11282
6 VOICE-04/27/2015 NBC 10488
7 DWS 10TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW-04/28/2015 S ABC 10070
8 MADAM SECRETARY-05/03/2015 CBS 9671
9 VOICE-TUE-04/28/2015 NBC 9493
10 Law And Order:SVU-04/29/2015 NBC 9279
11 SURVIVOR-04/29/2015 CBS 9254
12 ODD COUPLE, THE-04/30/2015 CBS 9164
13 MOM-04/30/2015 CBS 8777
14 GREY'S ANATOMY-04/30/2015 ABC 8741
15 Criminal Minds-04/29/2015 CBS 8716
16 60 Minutes-05/03/2015 CBS 8675
17 Hawaii Five-0-05/01/2015 CBS 8601
18 Person Of Interest-04/28/2015 CBS 8450
19 Good Wife, THE-05/03/2015 CBS 8347
20 Castle-04/27/2015 ABC 8306
21 CHICAGO PD-04/29/2015 NBC 8074
22 Modern Family-04/29/2015 ABC 7995
23 NCIS: LOS ANGELES-04/27/2015 CBS 7817
24 Big Bang Theory 9:30PM-04/30/2015 R CBS 7711
25 MIDDLE, THE-04/29/2015 ABC 7393

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Nielsen TV Ratings: ©2015 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved. All numbers are live viewing plus same day DVR viewing.


May 5th, 2015
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Coverage of the NFL Draft topped cable viewership for the week ending May 3, 2015 with 7.026 million viewers.
Rank Shows Net Day Time Viewers Live+SD (000)
1 NFL DRAFT L ESPN Thu 07:59P-11:35P 7026
2 GAME OF THRONES HBOM Sun 09:03P-09:53P 6815
3 NBA PLAYOFFS- ROUND 1 L TNT Sat 08:04P-10:52P 4767
4 NBA PLAYOFFS- ROUND 1 L TNT Tue 10:52P-01:52A 4029
5 NBA PLAYOFFS- ROUND 1 L TNT Thu 09:40P-12:33A 3879
6 WWE Entertainment USA Mon 09:00P-10:00P 3855
7 WWE Entertainment USA Mon 08:00P-09:00P 3823
8 WWE Entertainment USA Mon 10:00P-11:09P 3590
9 NBA PLAYOFFS- ROUND 1 L TNT Tue 08:09P-10:52P 3348
10 19 Kids and Counting TLC Tue 09:30P-10:00P 3230
11 SATURDAY MOVIE III LIFE Sat 08:00P-10:00P 3052
12 NEWS DECK W/S.SMITH, THE FOXN Mon 08:00P-09:00P 3041
13 THE OREILLY FACTOR FOXN Tue 08:00P-09:00P 3020
14 KELLY FILE, THE FOXN Tue 09:00P-10:00P 2990
15 NBA PLAYOFFS- ROUND 1 L TNT Mon 08:09P-10:45P 2966
16 LOVE & HIP HOP ATLANTA 4 VH1 Mon 08:00P-09:00P 2960
17 Hannity FOXN Mon 10:00P-11:00P 2941
18 NBA PLAYOFFS- ROUND 1 L TNT Wed 09:44P-12:31A 2937
19 Big Bang Theory, THE TBSC Sun 09:30P-10:00P 2920
20 KELLY FILE, THE FOXN Mon 09:00P-10:00P 2911
21 Big Bang Theory, THE TBSC Wed 10:00P-10:30P 2901
22 19 Kids and Counting TLC Tue 09:00P-09:30P 2898
23 THE OREILLY FACTOR FOXN Wed 08:00P-09:00P 2866
24 BEYOND THE HEADLINES LIFE Sat 10:00P-11:00P 2855
25 Big Bang Theory, THE TBSC Sun 10:00P-10:30P 2842
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Nielsen Ratings Data: ©2015 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved. All ratings above Live+SD (live viewing plus same day DVR viewing)-

by Bob posted May 6 2015 4:46AM
I'm sure the thought of quitting your job occasionally runs through your mind. But then you remember you need money to, you know, live. So what FINALLY pushes you over the top and actually DOES drive you to quit?

A new global survey of 9,700 full-time employees found the top nine reasons someone finally quits a job. Check 'em out . . .

1. Not getting a raise.

2. Not enough opportunities to advance.

3. Too much overtime.

4. Teamwork isn't encouraged.

5. Not being allowed to telecommute.

6. Being punished for asking for a flexible work schedule.

7. Too much travel.

8. No access to mentors.

9. Bosses who don't have kids and can't really understand your need for flexibility because you do have them.

(CNN Money)

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